Macy breaks Carson’s 1,600 school record

Carson High’s Sawyer Macy runs during the Senators home league meet last week. Saturday, Macy broke Carson’s 14-year-old school record (set in 2010) in the 1,600 with a time of 4:18.63.

Carson High’s Sawyer Macy runs during the Senators home league meet last week. Saturday, Macy broke Carson’s 14-year-old school record (set in 2010) in the 1,600 with a time of 4:18.63.
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Carson High junior Sawyer Macy took down the Senator school record in the 1,600 over the weekend at the Sacramento Meet of Champions.

Macy’s time of 4:18.63 was just enough to top the 2010 time of Richard Shroy (4:19.00).

The time was good enough for 18th place in the varsity invitational portion of the meet in which only select track and field athletes were chosen to compete.

On the girls side, Brianna Rodriguez-Nunez took 25th in the 800-meter run in a personal record of 2:26.78.

Rodriguez-Nunez also went on to set a PR in the 3,200 in 11:34.90, taking seventh in the varsity finals.

Vea Miner was 24th in the same event in 12:09.55.

Junior Anne Davis was 18th in the varsity finals for the 100-meter hurdles in a time of 16.80.


Carson High boys and girls swim teams beat Douglas on Saturday.

On the girls side, the Senators won, 168-108, while the boys won, 119-104.

For the Carson girls, Katarina Klatt won the 50-meter freestyle and the 200-meter freestyle in 24.80 and 2:03.12, respectively.

Alexandra Llamas-Cruz had little trouble in the 200-yard individual medley, touching the wall in 2:23.12 – more than 12 seconds ahead of second. Llamas-Cruz also won the 100-yard fly in 1:00.56.

In the 100-meter freestyle, Eleanor Romeo was the top finisher in 1:09 while Brynn Russell was the quickest in the 100-meter breaststroke in 1:17.70.

The Senators’ relay team of Russell, Llamas-Cruz, Klatt and Anna Turner won the 200-yard relay in 1:47.46.

On the boys side, Todd Gosselin took the top spot in the 200-yard individual medley in 2:12.28.

Meanwhile, Leif Morway and Clayton Whalen won the 100-yard fly and 100-yard backstroke, respectively.

Derick Hensley put together a time of 5:51.62 to take first place in the 500-yard freestyle.

Ewan Kalley stopped the clock at 1:09.03 to win the 100-yard breaststroke for the Senators.

(Carson High’s Brynn Russell competes in the breast stroke Saturday during the Senators’ home swim meet. Russell won the 100-meter breast stroke against Douglas in 1:17.70. Thomas Ranson / Nevada News Group)


Spanish Springs softball had a scare Saturday, but ultimately took both ends of a doubleheader against Carson.

Game two went the way of the Cougars, 16-6, in five innings after Carson scored five runs in the bottom of the fifth to nearly prevent the run rule.

Sofia Morrison hit a grand slam off the scoreboard in the fifth to bring the Senators within 10.

On the other hand, the opener was a tightly contested battle that Spanish Springs eventually won, 10-6.

Morrison also homered in the first game going 2-for-3 with an RBI.

Cali Stagliano, who hit a home run, led the team with two RBIs in the loss while Bella Reyes and Jordan Brubaker also were credited with an RBI.

UP NEXT: Carson (4-10, 2-7 in Class 5A North league play) sits in eighth place in league, half a game back of three teams jumbled in front of them. The Senators returned to action Tuesday in a home doubleheader against Reed (14-8-1, 5-3).

(Carson High’s Maddie Salazar hurls a pitch against Spanish Springs this weekend. Salazar and the Senators are in eighth place in league play, but only remain a half-game back of the fifth seed with six league games remaining. Carter Eckl / Nevada Appeal)


Carson High baseball took care of Damonte Ranch on Saturday thanks to three runs in the eighth inning that lifted the Senators to an 8-6 win.

Tyler LaFollette, who went 3-for-4, led off the inning with a double before a walk from Demarcus Brewster allowed LaFollette to come around to score.

Tanner Bohemier drew another RBI walk on the next at-bat and Jeremy Hernandez scored on a wild pitch to give Carson an 8-5 lead.

Damonte was able to plate one run in the bottom of the eighth, but couldn’t plate enough runs to keep the contest going.

Marcus Montes was 3-for-5 in the win with a pair of RBIs while Jordan Sieben was 2-for-4 with a run batted in as well.

UP NEXT: Carson (8-16, 1-10 in Class 5A North league play) has three games at home this week, staring with Reno (17-8, 10-1) Tuesday.


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